CAIC 2017 Advocacy Day in Albany

Come with us to Albany on May 2nd to speak to your legislators about the inhumane and counterproductive use of solitary confinement and the need to pass the HALT Act.

On any given day, roughly 5,000 people are in isolated confinement in NYS prisons.

Most people sent to isolation in New York State prisons spend months or years there; some individuals have been in solitary confinement for more than two decades.

The HALT (Humane Alternatives to Long-Term) Solitary Confinement Act would END long-term solitary confinement beyond 15 days in New York and replace it with more humane and effective alternatives.

Read more about the HALT Solitary Confinement Act here:

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Please provide your name, cell phone #, email, and mailing address and whether or not you’ll be needing to come on a FREE bus from NYC. If you live outside NYC, still sign up and we will work on other transportation.

Before you go to Advocacy Day, please join us at one of our local training sessions. Times and dates:

Thursday 4/20- Training from 6-8pm at the Correctional Association, 22 Cortlandt St, NY, NY
*Pizza will be provided.

Monday 4/24 Training from 3-5pm at the Legal Aid Society, 199 Water St, NY, NY
*Snacks will be provided.

During the training sessions, we’ll go over some background information regarding the use of solitary confinement in NY and key parts of the HALT Bill. We’ll also go over the logistics of the day and do some role-play to prepare for meetings with legislators.
Hope to see some of you there!

We will be posting additional trainings in other parts of NY soon! If you have any questions about the trainings please email:

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